Catalog Record: Glen Canyon National recreation area (N.R.A.), General Management Plan (GMP) (AZ,UT) : environmental impact statement | Hathi Trust Digital Library


Glen Canyon National recreation area (N.R.A.), General Management Plan (GMP) (AZ,UT) : environmental impact statement.

Language(s): English
Published: 1979.
Note: D(4v),F also available in microfiche.
Physical Description: Volumes held: D (4 v, volumes 2 fol), F (fol); Preliminary environmental assessment (EA) B1; Road study B2; Lone Rock development concept plan, assessment of alternatives B3; Mineral management plan B4; Wahweap draft development concept plan, environmental assessment (EA) B5; Concession contract, statement of alternatives B6; DOE exploratory drilling access, Finding of no significant impact (FONSI) B7; Record of decision, draft development concept plan, Finding of no significant impact (FONSI) B8; Natural resources management plan (1982) B9; Assessment of design alternatives B10
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